Litigation England & Wales By reason of what follows, all references to ‘England’ may properly be taken to include Wales. All references to ‘English’ may also properly be taken to mean Welsh. The Courts of England and Wales place considerable emphasis on the pragmatic expeditious and cost-effective resolution of any Court Business that comes before … Continue reading CLG Brochure: Litigation Section (E and W)
Practicalities of Nuptial Agreements
Preface The marked retreat of state funding for civil disputes in England and Wales allied with the (generally) increased costs of going to Court has meant that new ways of providing finance to a client with limited resources – but an ostensibly genuine and worthwhile claim – is essential. This Article sets out the broad … Continue reading Litigation Funding in England and Wales: Certain Observations
Statement of Law The English Court has power to order the taking of evidence by way of deposition from a non-party witness for the purpose of supporting a foreign arbitration. A & Anor v. C & Others  EWCA Civ 49 The Court of Appeal so held – when allowing an appeal by the Claimants … Continue reading Evidence to Assist a Foreign Arbitration: Case Law
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